Fernando Camargo has developed his love for design as a discipline through his bachelor’s studies of Architecture at Washington State University. Subsequently exploring how design impacts individuals, groups, and life as a whole during the development of his master’s thesis which focused on design as a catalyst to social and economic growth, by the generation of a master plan to address homelessness in Spokane, WA. During these exploratory years, he developed his graphic skills in industry leading programs such as, Autocad, Revit, SketchUp, Rhinoceros 3d, and the Adobe Creative Suite, with the intent of broadening his abilities to express ideas, and ideals of the projects in which he had been involved.
Upon joining Land Expressions as an intern architect/designer, he has adapted to industry standards and requirements to gain further understanding of the design field and provide support to fellow professionals—all while working through the NCARB intern development program with the intent of becoming a licensed architect in the near future.
In Fernando’s spare time he enjoys Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, traveling, and restoring motorcycles and furniture. A fan of Parametrics and avant-garde methods of design, he is always exploring new methodologies, sustainable and responsible means of creating, designing, and developing the environment in which we live.